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Space Oddity chords
Space oddity is one of David Bowies signature songs and it has an important role in his caree as well as in the rock and roll history. First released as a single in 1969, yes that is a way back in history, and then also included on his second solo album.
It is inspired by the classic movie "2001: A Space Odyssey" released a year earier, the song is about the launch of Major Tom, a fictional astronaut. The guitars in the first version is done by his musical partner John Hutchinson who played the acoustic guitars. With these Space Oddity guitar chords, you could learn to play the song as well. The tune is still relevant.